Sport Jose Bosingwa says he will not play for Portugal again while Paulo Bento is in charge

Jose Bosingwa, the Chelsea defender, has said he will not play international football again while Paulo Bento remains Portugal manager. The 29-year-old had been pre-selected to join his national side for the Euro 2012 play-off games with Bosnia but was left out of Bento's final 25-man squad.

Manchester City target Sergio Aguero wants transfer

Argentina forward Sergio Aguero insists he would be happy moving to England or staying in Spain but made it clear his future lies away from Atletico Madrid.

Megabucks clubs spending in fear as Platini's dictat starts to bite

Uefa guidelines have already had a big effect on the acquisition of players this summer

Unrelenting hunger for success sees Ferguson set the early running

United's summer spending spree reveals manager was not fooled by title triumph

Manchester City target Mauro Zarate wants to stay at Lazio

Reported Manchester City target Mauro Zarate wants to remain at Lazio next season, according to the player's agent.

City refuse to be bossed about by Tevez whose plea provokes no interest

Inter are Argentine's best hope of a move but Abu Dhabi owners will not compromise over player with three years left on contract

Real Madrid complete £27m deal for Fabio Coentrao

Real Madrid have completed the signing of Fabio Coentrao from Benfica on a six-year contract, the Primera Division club have confirmed.

QPR expect Adel Taarabt to leave

QPR manager Neil Warnock has admitted that wantaway skipper Adel Taarabt looks set to leave Loftus Road this summer - but thinks the youngster will grow to regret his decision to leave the newly-promoted side.

Sergio Aguero future remains uncertain

Sergio Aguero has confirmed he has received an offer from Juventus but insists his future will only be decided after the Copa America.

Early Europa return is blessing not burden, says Jol

The Fulham manager Martin Jol insists nobody is complaining about the Cottagers' early return to competitive football and even backed his charges to repeat the Europa League exploits of two years ago.

'Mentally tough De Gea can exceed Van der Sar'

His former coach at Atletico says he is the 'complete keeper' who won't be fazed by £18m move to United

Martin Jol happy with Europa participation

Fulham manager Martin Jol insists nobody is complaining about the Cottagers' early return to competitive football and even backed his charges to repeat the Europa League exploits of two years ago.

Manchester United agree deal for David de Gea

Manchester United have confirmed Spain Under-21 goalkeeper David de Gea is to join them on a five-year contract.

Is Brazilian wonderboy Neymar worth £40m or is he an Abramovich indulgence?

Chelsea may believe teen is the next Messi but prodigies have failed to make grade here in the past

£17.8m keeper De Gea set for United after medical

David de Gea is set to conclude his £17.8m move from Atletico Madrid to Manchester United as goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar's replacement after a medical yesterday.

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